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Anti-occupation activists disrupt Eurovision festivities

Although many see the anti-occupation activists as insular rabble-rousers, the activists see themselves as trying to engage with the Israeli public. Educating the Israeli populous, Bronstein says, is a critical component of a future peace between Israel and Palestine.

“The apartheid starts in your mind, in your experience,” agrees Brodsky, adding that he and other Jewish Israeli and other activists will not stop their efforts to end the occupation until their “last breaths.”

“If there’s no peace,” he says, “no songs can be sung.”

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The Progressive